NFL Season Win Totals 2022: Bills And Bucs Atop Caesars’ Oddsboard

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Josh Allen and the Bills open with an NFL-high season win total at Caesars (AP Photo/Joshua Bessex, File)

Caesars Sportsbook has released its 2022 NFL season win totals, and the Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers share the highest total in the league at 11.5 wins.

The Bucs, who welcomed back the suddenly unretired Tom Brady, are coming off of a 13-win season. The Bills were 11-6 during the regular season last year.

Oddsmakers like both teams’ chances of not only getting to Super Bowl 57 but winning it. At DraftKings, the Bills are the betting favorite to win the Super Bowl at +650, and the Bucs are the second choice at +700.

NFL Season Win Total Odds At Caesars

Here are the season win totals for all of the NFL’s 32 teams courtesy of Caesars.

TeamWin TotalOverUnder
49ers10-130+110
Bears6.5-140

 
 
+120
Bengals9.5-110
-110
Bills11.5-125

+105
Broncos10-110

 
-110
Browns9.5-110
-110
Buccaneers11.5+100
-120
Cardinals9+100
 
-120
Chargers10-105
-115
Chiefs10.5-130
+110
Colts9.5-110
-110
Commanders7.5+110
-130
Cowboys10.5+100
-120
Dolphins8.5-135+115
Eagles9+110

-130
Falcons5.5+115-135
Giants7+105
 
-125
 
Jaguars6.5+105-125
Jets5.5-110-110
Lions6-110
 
-110
Packers11-120
+100
Panthers6-110-110
Patriots8.5-135+115
Raiders8.5+105
-125
Rams10.5+100-120
Ravens9.5-110 
-110
Saints7.5-130
+110
Seahawks6-130
 
+110
Steelers7.5+105
 
-125
Texans4.5-125
 
+105
Titans9.5-105
 
-115
Vikings9.0+105

 

 
-125

Take A Look Around The League

Green Bay Packers

The Packers are just a tick below the Bills and Bucs with a projection of 11 wins. You can get plus-money on the Packers going ‘under’ 11 wins, but QB Aaron Rodgers signed a four-year extension with Green Bay, and the 38-year-old is still playing his best football. Rodgers has captured the NFL MVP Award in the last two seasons. He’ll be without top WR Devante Adams, who joined the Las Vegas Raiders to play with Fresno State college teammate Derek Carr.

Dallas Cowboys

In Dallas, the Cowboys will be tempting bettors with a 10.5 win total that they surpassed during last year’s 12-5 season, as the ‘over’ opened +100 at Caesars. Take note: 2021 was the only time the Cowboys covered that number of wins in the last five seasons.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs will be without star WR Tyreek Hill after trading him to Miami. QB Patrick Mahomes still has a lot of weapons, including TE Travis Kelce, who is essentially a top-10 WR in the NFL. K.C. shares the same 10.5-win threshold that Dallas has, but you’ll have lay -130 to cash on the ‘over’.

Los Angeles Rams

The Super Bowl champs are also listed at 10.5 wins. You wonder if there will be the proverbial hangover in L.A., but Matthew Stafford still has WR Cooper Kupp at his disposal, and the team brought on Allen Robinson. Caesars has L.A.’s total at +100 on the ‘over’ and -120 on the ‘under’.

Deshaun Watson Impacts Team Totals For The Texans And Browns

The Houston Texans have the lowest win total in the NFL at 4.5. The departure of QB Deshaun Watson to Cleveland marked the latest development in the franchise’s freefall. The Browns are set at 9.5 wins during the 2022 NFL season with standard -110 odds on the ‘over’ and ‘under’.

Also read: NFL Draft Odds: Who’s The No. 1 Pick? | NFL MVP Betting Odds 

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